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Star Trek

UK release date 8th May 2009
Star Trek

Directed by


Leonard Nimoy
Bruce Greenwood
Karl Urban
John Cho
Anton Yelchin
Ben Cross
Jennifer Morrison
Rachel Nichols
Faran Tahir
Clifton Collins Jr.
Tony Elias
Sean Gerace
Randy Pausch
Tim Griffin
Freda Foh Shen
Kasia Kowalczyk
Jason Brooks
Sonita Henry
Kelvin Yu
Marta Martin
Tavarus Conley
Jeff Castle
Billy Brown
Jimmy Bennett
Greg Grunberg
Spencer Daniels
Jeremy Fitzgerald
Zoe Chernov
Max Chernov
Jacob Kogan
Lorenzo James Henrie
Colby Paul
Cody Klop
Akiva Goldsman
Anna Katarina
Douglas Tait
Tony Guma
Gerald W. Abrams
James McGrath
Jason Matthew Smith
Marcus Young
Bob Clendenin
Darlena Tejeiro
Reggie Lee
Jeffrey Byron
Jonathan Dixon
Ben Binswagner
Margot Farley
Paul McGillion
Lisa Vidal
Alex Nevil
Kimberly Arland
Sufe Bradshaw
Jeff Chase
Charles Haugk
Nana Hill
Michael Saglimbeni
John Blackman
Jack Millard
Shaela Luter
Sabrina Morris
Michelle Parylak
Oz Perkins
Amanda Foreman
Michael Berry Jr.
Lucia Rijker
Pasha D. Lychnikoff
Matthew Beisner
Neville Page
Jesper Inglis
Greg Ellis
Marlene Forte
Leonard O. Turner
Mark Bramhall
Ronald F. Hoiseck
Irene Roseen
Jeff OHaco
Scottie Thompson
Deep Roy
Majel Barrett
Victor Garber
Rico E. Anderson
Richard Arnold
Leslie Augustine
Jonathan Baca
Diora Baird
Sala Baker
Leo Baligaya
Corey Becker
Neil S. Bulk
James Cawley
Brad Champagne
Zachary Culbertson
Calvin Dean
Christopher Doohan
Claire Dor
Mark Casimir Dyniewicz
Ken Edling
Jennifer Etienne Eckert
Aliza Finley
Ian Fisher
Mathew Thomas Foss
Massi Furlan
Tommy Germanovich Jr.
Mary Grace
Wyatt Gray
Joshua Greene
Nancy Guerriero
Justin Rodgers Hall
Jeffery Hauser
Brad William Henke
Elizabeth Ingalls
Christopher Karl Johnson
Jolene Kay
Sarah Klaren
Bryan Lee
Daniel D. Lee
Anne Leighton
Steve Luna
Aaron Lynch
Justin Malachi
Nav Mann
Paul Marshall
Owen Martin
Taylor McCluskey
Matthew McGregor
Caitlin McKenna
Jessica Mika
Patrizia Milano
Victor Morrison
Kevin Moser
Jonathan W.D. Newkerk
Westley Nguyen
Jim Nieb
Andres Perez-Molina
Mark Phelan
Damion Poitier
Bertrand Roberson Jr.
Deborah Rombaut
Leonard Jonathan Ruebe
Ramona Seymour
William Morgan Sheppard
Katie Soo
Arne Starr
Ronnie Steadman
Joseph Stephens Jr.
Joseph Steven
T.J. Storm
Paul Townsend
Errik Tustenuggee
Ravi Valleti
Jason Vaughn
A.J. Verel
Brian Waller
Steve Wharton
Wil Wheaton
Brianna Womick
Lynnanne Zager

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UK BBFC Certificate: 12
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Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 9

UK Box Office Chart History
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1st March 2017

A very quiet weekend on the UK box office and The Lego Batman Movie hold onto the top spot for a third consecutive week, and with a virtually static top 6 Patriots Day is the top new film at 7.

On its third weekend at the top Lego Batman takes £2.8 million which brings its total gross in the UK to £23 million, compared the The Lego Movie this is still running a shade under.

The film took over £5 million for the period Monday - Sunday which made it the top film for the week as well.

A third weekend at number 2 is therefore in order for Fifty Shades Darker with £1.5 million for the weekend and £20.3 million in total.

With Sing, John Wick Chapter 2, Hidden Figures and The Great Wall all holding tight in the top 6 the highest new film is Patriots Day at number 7.

The Mark Wahlberg starring film about the Boston Marathon bombing took £843,380 for the weekend and is one of the actors lowest debuting movies.

La La Land, which had a good, if confusing night at the Oscars this year, takes the honour of being the top total grossing movie this weekend with a total gross of £29 million and the longest running movie with a 7 week run.

Historical charts.

A year ago
Deadpool held on strong at the top of the box office while top new film was Grimsby which entered at number 2.

Five years ago
Spending a third week at the top was The Woman in Black while the top new film was The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel which made its debut at number 2.

Ten years ago
Remaining at the top was Hot Fuzz while the top new film was The Number 23 staring Jim Carey which entered at number 3.

Fifteen years ago
Monsters, Inc. spent its third week at the top and with a strong top 5 the highest new film was Don’t Say A Word down at number 6.

Twenty years ago
On its third weekend of release Ransom remained at the top while top new film was Michael starring John Travolta at number 3.

Twenty five years ago
The Prince of Tides made its debut at the top of the box office knocking off Star Trek VI The Undiscovered Country after only a week at the top.

22nd February 2017

The Lego Batman Movie this week manages to hold on to the top spot at the UK box office, holding off Fifty Shades Darker, while John Wick Chapter 2 makes its debut at number 3.

With a £4.4 million weekend gross Lego Batman retains the number position in the UK for a second weekend.

The animated feature has now taken £17 million in the UK and is running just slightly behind the total gross of The Lego Movie.

Highest new film of the week is Keanu Reeves in John Wick Chapter 2 which makes its debut at 3 with £2.2 million.

Also a sequel but this time it is doing far better the its predecessor, John Wick made its debut in 2015 with just over half a million pound, so the sequel has done more than 4 times better.

Longest running film with 6 weeks and highest grossing film with £28 million is the Oscar laden film La La Land.

Historical charts

A year ago
Deadpool remained at the top for a second weekend while the top new film was How To Be Single at number 3.

Five years ago
The Woman In Black stayed at the top for a second weekend while the top new film was the sequel movie Ghost Rider Spirit of Vengeance at number 3.

Ten years ago
Highly anticipated film Hot Fuzz made its debut at the top of the UK box office while Music and Lyrics fell to number 3.

Fifteen years ago
Making it two weeks at the top was Monsters, Inc. while top new film was Oceans Eleven at number 2.

Twenty years ago
Ransom stayed a the top of the UK box office while Fierce Creatures was the top new film at number 2.

Twenty five years ago
Star Trek VI The Undiscovered Country made its debut at the top of the box office while Father of The Bride fell to number 3.

30th November 2016

The week director Steven Spielberg is at the top with him adaptation of the much loved Roald Dahl book The BFG.

Hitting the heights of number one on its debut week of release the film was a big hit in UK cinemas when it was released on 22nd July 2016 where it hit number 1.

The film didn't last more than a week at the top, but it turned into a massive hit and had a slow fall down the box office.

In total the film spent 14 weeks on the official top 15 and then spent 4 weeks still pulling in audiences at cinemas, it was still in some cinemas on its week of release on home video.

The film made £30.5 million at the UK box office and it is currently number 99 on the list of all time UK box office hits.

It didn't do that well across the globe, its clearly a very British story, it only made $178 million which is very low for a Spielberg film.

Last weeks top film, The Secret Life of Pets, falls from the top to number 3 this weeks after only a single week at number 1.

Other new film this week are Star Trek Beyond at number 2, a number 2 hit released on 22nd July 2016 and Ghostbuster (the remake) a number 1 film from 15th July 2016.

13th September 2016

Clint Eastwood and Tom Hanks dominate the world box office this week as their true life drama Scully easily dominates.

A very quiet week at the global box office as Scully manages to top with just $45 million from 40 counties, $35 of that from America.

For such an American centric film thats not a surprise and it is still to be released in many countries, Europe is a big Hanks fan to expect a big boost when released there.

Last weeks top film Star Trek Beyond falls to number 2 with only $17 million from 41 countries with China is still doing well on its second week of release.

At number 5 Chinese film The Age Of Shadows makes its debut with $16 million, very good consider the single territory it is released in. Also new at number 7 this week is When The Bow Breaks which grosses $15 million from its US release.

Still the top grossing film on the global top 10 is The Secret Life of Pets which has now taken $789 million during its box office run.

5th September 2016

It may have had its run in much of the world but the late summer release of Star Trek Beyond in China catapults the film back to the top.

As with last week last weeks chart a Chinese opening if a film does wonders and a $31 million opening has the film take $39 million from 40 countries for the weekend and a quiet market takes it back to the top.

The late summer has proved to be a difficult time for the box office and with little other movement the whole top 10 this week across the globe is the same as last week.

You actually have to go down to the 17th film on this weeks global box office to find a new film, The Light Between Oceans takes $5 million from 1 country.

Tp total grossing movie on the chart this week is The Secret Life of Pets, and incredible run sees it still at 4 and its total world gross is now $761.5 million.

  1. Star Trek Beyond - $39,450,000
  2. Suicide Squad - $21,805,000
  3. Don't Breathe - $21,000,000
  4. The Secret Life Of Pets - $20,848,335
  5. Jason Bourne - $15,991,520